Same question, it's 100%cotton, short sleeve.Can you post a pic of the garment...fabric content (cotton, 50/50, tri-blend)...color etc?
That is one of my favorite long sleeves - 7401Hello,
I have a sample Next Level shirt here that I am trying to re order, but not sure which style or product number it is. The RN is 111449.
If anyone who uses next level could check on this for me, it would be so much appreciated!
Original poster never came back so it's impossible to answer the question.Did anyone ever answer you - I have the same question and can’t find an answer
With the color, general style, gender, and the fabric content from the tag, you can figure it out yourself by looking at the next level web site, or at worst narrow it down to a couple of options, at which point you try one and see.Did anyone ever answer you - I have the same question and can’t find an answer
The only Next Level 100% cotton tshirt models are:
3600 (I believe it's their most popular shirt)
3600A (same as the 3600, but made in the USA)
3604 (colored bound collar and sleeves)
7415/S (front pocket)
7410 (garment dye)It's probably the 3600.
I was replying to pmooney, who mentioned he had the same question and that it was 100% cotton, but forgot to quote his message. My bad!1800 Heavier weight basic crew
6210 CVC 60/50 cotton/poly
6410 Sueded (my personal favorite)
3602 long body
6200 60/40 poly/cotton (we use these for distressed sublimation printing sometimes)
4210 Eco Performance
4600 Heavyweight Eco
I take back this statement earlier in this thread :
It's not like Next Level has a ton of different styles. 3, 4 max. Spend $25 bucks, order each style and find out that way. "
The RN number is not specific to a style, it is issued by the Federal Trade Commission to U.S. businesses that manufacture, import, distribute, or sell products covered by the Textile, Wool, and Fur Acts.Wow. Every one of you is wrong lol. It’s a 6210. Buy these on sites like JiffyShirts. Super cheap. All you have to is punch in the rn1114449 and it’ll pop up. 6210 and 3600 are the most popular styles with NL.